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As heterosexual couples gain access to Civil Partnerships, why not offer legal partnerships to platonic couples, too?
Lyndsey Stonebridge / June 25, 2018
The president understands that his political power relies on his willingness to play the villain. So how do we respond when children are ripped from their families?
The will of the people in its purest form leaves little room for the rule of law
Harvard’s celebrated political philosopher weighs in on Brexit, the state of economics and the value of arguing everything over
Arguing politics can be tricky—so do your opponent a favour, and tell them the real reason you think like you do. Who knows? They might even listen
Ciaran Thapar / May 10, 2018
For the young people I've worked with, who describe living "in a warzone", discussing philosophy isn't only an alternative to the restrictions of traditional learning. It empowers them to think...